Mljet  Croatia Holiday Mljet island Croatia Holiday Mljet island Croatia Holiday Mljet island Croatia Holiday
Holiday in Mljet island in Croatia

Mljet

The southernmost of the largest islands in the Adriatic sea, Mljet can be reached by ferry through the village of Ston, north of Dubrovnik. Those who go between the months of June and September will be welcomed with sunny days and mild weather. Visitors can relax on the beaches, walk through the national park in the northern part of the island, or hike through the pine forests of Montokuc for breathtaking views of the deep blue Adriatic sea.

More about Mljet

There are few islands in Europe that have such a lush vegetation as Mljet, characterized by vineyards, fields and dense Mediterranean forests and located a short distance from the Continental Croatia There is no island in Croatia without dream beaches, and Mljet is no exception: there you will find the famous sandy beaches of Saplunara Bay, in the southeastern part, which have particularly warm waters and the depth of the sea is suitable even for children. But there are also romantic marinas where you can arrive by boat and stop at a typical restaurant, and also explore the local cuisine. The island has two salt water lakes, next to each other (Malo Jazera - small lake - and Velika Jazera - large lake)- They are part of the National Park of Mljet. It draws a lot of attention their turquoise blue waters, which invite you to dive into any of the small beaches or bath in the lakes. Visit Mljet and find out why this island was the favorite vacation spot of the Greek hero Ulysses.

Highlights

  • You can hire a bicycle and explore the National Park
  • Cars are prohibited in the National Park of Mljet
  • You can go to the viewpoint and see both lakes from above, it’s a really nice view
  • The best way to get to Mljet is take a ferry from Dubrovnik
  • A Croatian legend says that the island of Mljet is the mythological Ogigia, B.C., home of the nymph Calypso and her desperate love for Ulysses

HIGHLIGHTS

  • You can hire a bicycle and explore the National Park
  • Cars are prohibited in the National Park of Mljet
  • You can go to the viewpoint and see both lakes from above, it’s a really nice view
  • The best way to get to Mljet is take a ferry from Dubrovnik
  • A Croatian legend says that the island of Mljet is the mythological Ogigia, B.C., home of the nymph Calypso and her desperate love for Ulysses